This (Autumn) photo from http://www.rushdenheritage.co.uk/Chelveston/index-Chelveston.html
The Church dates back to 13th century, with additions in the 14th & 15th centuries. Restored and extended in 1849 at an estimated cost of £726, the Church is a grade II* listed building. Unfortunately, its 5 bells aren't functional.
In these days of more, and yet more elaborate weddings, this was a beautifully simple affair.
This was a gentle, friendly wedding reception where everyone got the chance to talk (no overwhelmingly loud music), almost like something out of the 1950s and all the better for that (there speaks someone born in 1947).